AMI's Oil & Gas Non-Metallics conference heading for another success
Plastics, rubbers and composites play vital roles in a wide variety of critical components that improve safety levels and extend product life in many arduous oil and gas industry environments. Typical applications of non-metallics include: pipes, tanks, cable insulation, seals, adhesives, coatings, insulation, packers, hoses, liners and blow-out preventers.
As operating conditions change, so these components must be re-examined for their lifetime performance, including: behaviour under high pressures at deep levels; chemical resistance on exposure to drilling fluids, sour gas and pressurised CO2; and heat stability in high-pressure/high-temperature (HPHT) environments.
AMI’s Oil & Gas Non-Metallics 2016 offers a technical forum for oil and gas operators, engineers, contractors and material and equipment suppliers to debate the use of non-metallic materials in such critical applications.
AMI has once again gathered an international panel of expert speakers for this event. They will cover a range of themes such as: new application opportunities; innovative materials; advances in pipes and hoses; sealing technologies; and testing and predicting material performance.
Oil & Gas Non-Metallics 2016 is sponsored by Suprem SA and Olin Corporation and will feature a table-top exhibition area for networking between the conference sessions.
The full programme can now be found on AMI's website: www.amiconferences.com. The conference brochure can be downloaded at http://bit.ly/OGNM16.
About Applied Market Information Ltd
Applied Market Information (AMI) is a leading global market research consultancy and a leading organiser of conferences for the plastics industry around the world.
AMI has offices in the UK and the US. The company provides research, consulting and analytical services and is a major publisher of commercial and technical information for the plastics industry. It organises more than 50 international conferences and seminars each year and also publishes a series of digital magazines, which are distributed free-of-charge globally on the internet and via apps for tablet computers and smartphones.